Ceilings have, for the most part, been overlooked and under-appreciated, but not anymore. Today, homeowners are moving away from the dull, plain, flat white ceiling and looking for ways to add style to their ceilings. From adding pops of color to installing even beams with interesting patterns, designers have a myriad of ways to add interest and depth to any custom design.
Ceiling Design Trends to Spice up Your Home
Creating a beautiful ceiling that serves as the primary focal point of any room can be done in a variety of ways. Ceiling features can be synchronized with the room’s paneling, trim, and details to create a more balanced and luxurious feel. Here are a few features to choose from:
Open ceilings with exposed trusses offer a structurally interesting way of creating more expansive spaces with good access to natural light and air.
The wood-beamed ceiling can add an authentic, rustic texture to any room. For an exquisite look, woodwork can be used atop a ceiling in recessed grids or in one large central portion that’s recessed and higher, for a tray design.
Coffered ceilings present you with the opportunity to choose from as many beams styles, molding, and panel options to create a stately look with extra architectural detail. The ceilings feature sunken panels that add depth and character to a room.
Adding some color to your ceiling makes a room appear brighter and feel bigger. It’s a quick and easy way to give the room a dramatic effect.
Ben Stout Construction is excited to help you create your new home. Our knowledgeable
representatives are waiting to take you through the different ceiling finishing ideas and help you choose a custom design that adds dimension and character to your home. Contact us at 910-779-0019 today to schedule a consultation and learn more.
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